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Message Subject X Marks the Spot
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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I need a quick idea what something means. But, let me say this first. My sister is starting to see symbols (with third eye) associated with people.

She told me about McCain having a pyramid with eye on his forehead. She was confused when she saw Obama last week because she thought she saw a 5 pointed star on his forehead, but could not see the top 3 points of the star, which really confused her. She could see the bottom two legs of the star, but the top portion wasn't there, so she was guessing that it was a 5 pointed star.

She just saw Obama on TV, and the entire star was there. The star's legs are just over Obama's eyes, and the star's height goes to the top of his forehead.

Now, what does a 5 pointed star mean, symbolically, in relation to this 'vision'?
 Quoting: Saptaparna

how do 2 rays/triangles = 5 rays/triangles ?
 Quoting: aether

I was thinking she saw the incomplete star because his anointing had yet to take place. After the election and his win, it formed fully.
 Quoting: Saptaparna

don't think pentagram/majick
think starfish - natural regeneration
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1494715

This simple symbol, composed of five, straight lines to form a star, harks back to 3000 BC in Mesopotamia, where Sumerian pentagrams were said to connote the word “UB,” meaning “corner” or “angle.” The mystical meaning of the pentagram surfaced in Babylonian times, wherein the five points of the shape was said to refer to Jupiter, Mercury, Mars, Saturn and Venus. Through the centuries, this five-pointed star has been used by several religions: the Hebrews used the symbol to represent the Truth and the five books of the Pentateuch; the Druids referred to the pentagram as the Godhead and the Christians said that the five points represented Christ’s five wounds.

The power of the pentagram is still used and felt today. Five, for instance, has always been considered a magical number: we have five fingers and toes on each extremity; we have five common senses; we have five initiations in our lives (birth, adolescence, coitus, parenthood and death). The pentagram also contains the golden mean or ratio: a symbol of beauty and perfection. As such, it is believed to be a powerful symbol for protection against evil or conflicts. It can also be used to promote good and beautiful energy in a person or environment.
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